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What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor?

Volatility is increasing…and that’s a warning sign. After a long period of relative calm, the wild gyrations are back. The combination of higher oil prices, inflation and the end of the Fed’s Quantitative easing programs has investors jittery. Nevertheless, we have been operating on borrowed time as the “borrow and spend” mentality of individuals and the government alike can’t last forever.

What If “Onelife” Could Be Saved By Statist Regs?

Today, I’m chatting with Joe Onelife, the famous “everyman” you’ve heard so much about recently. I thought Joe would be far too busy to grant me an interview, given he’s the center of so much attention from the liberal-statist cultural crusaders running America (and other nations)… but, being unemployed, it turns out Joe has plenty of time on his hands and was happy to join me in my office today…

Revisiting the Icesave Banking Dispute

You might think the banking between countries is not that complicated, but there are many ways the fund allocation can cause problems especially between courtiers too. The Icesave dispute in 2008 is one such example where this issue was escalated to the diplomatic tension between UK, Netherlands and Iceland.

The Economic Crisis and How to Stay Ahead

There has been a lot of speculation going on in the world today that America is no longer able to suppress the inflation rate that has been going on in the world in the past years. Inflation is defined as a sustained increase in the general level of prices for goods and services. It is measured as an annual percentage increase. As inflation rises, every dollar you own buys a smaller percentage of a good or service.

The Major Factors That Contributed To Low Gasoline Prices

There are quite a lot of reasons why gasoline prices today have now reached an all time low and are still expected to go even lower. It’s not that people are complaining about it but there are some people who are curious even suspicious as to why this happened. Besides, just a few months before, gasoline prices skyrocketed and reached an all time high. It can even be considered as the highest in decades.

The Positive Economic Growth in India

Indian Economy is one of the leading performers in the recent time global economic scenario with robust FII and FDI building new milestones. All the economic sectors have performed well and moving ahead with progressive approach. There have been significant changes in various foreign policies and liberalization in Trade and external affairs, resulting into a business hub for various MNC’s.

Will You Really Retire?

It is far better to learn from the mistakes of others than to make them ourselves. As we creep ever closer to retirement age those mistakes can be costly. The paradigm is shifting. Those who blindly trust in past knowledge and prior performance are coming up short.

How Quantitative Easing Affects Our Pockets

Quantitative Easing is synonymous with printing money and expansion of money supply. In this article you’ll find out how the expansion of the money supply, also known as Quantitative Easing (QE) affects your pocket.

What is Biflation?

Many senior economists are starting to agree that the current economic conditions some countries face, differ to the traditional boom to bust to boom cycles- we had in the past. Biflation is the new buzzword for many of our 21st century economies. What does biflation mean?

Keynesian Economics and Why It Won’t Be Implemented

Several years ago I helped apply the Great Recession term to our current economic predicament, now however it seems that my worst fears were realized, in fact exceeded my fears in many ways. In the mean time I’ve finished my…

The Critical Error in Modern Accountancy That Encourages Global Warming

Money is a tool created by humans and it is a vital part of our communication system. We each have a very personal relationship to money but it is not just our relationship with money itself that needs to be considered, but how we choose to account for the way it flows through societies. Presently, accountancy ignores the cost of using the Earth’s resources and services and considers these items as “free”. But global warming and resource depletion are real costs. Will we choose to fix the accountancy error that threatens civilisation?

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